Text Box: American Heritage Wildlife Foundation

 

Get  Involved

Working to keep the Northwest WILD!

Membership Dues (What kind of ‘animal’ are you?)   Print the Form

(one time contribution)

$5000 wolverine

$1000 cougar club

$  500 bluebird

Annual

$100  Business (grizzly bear)

$50 Sustaining (black bear)

$30 Family (wolf pack)

$20 Contributing (out of state) (eagle)

$20 Individual (moose)

$10 Senior (over 65) (wise owl)

$10 Junior* (under 18)  

*the option of a discounted rate is $5 per child with a minimum of 4 children per group – each group receives their own group name: examples such as the masked bandits, sly foxes, lil stinkers … a recent youth group chose to be the cookin’doodle dos (they like chickens/roosters and cooking) 

THANK YOU TO EACH AND EVERY MEMBER ! You support is heart warming. The financial revenue is vital!

Text Box: In the end, we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught." - B.Dioum

Different funding platforms have different fees associated -  some are 0% others up to 15%. You can also donate directly mailing a check. THANK YOU.

Text Box: Twice each year we clean a three mile stretch of scenic highway 200. Can you lend a hand? 
Usually in April around EarthDay (4/22) and again before snow flies (late September/Early October) our volunteers meet at our AHWF facility to have a brief safety meeting, then hand out vests & bags. 
Occasionally we have treats –
in 2015 Evans Brothers supplied the coffee!

Phone: (208)266.1488        Email: ahwf@sandpoint.net

 

MAIL: 59895 Hwy 200 Clark Fork ID 83811

 

IF YOU HAVE FOUND AN ANIMAL IN NEED OF HELP DO NOT EMAIL! PLEASE CALL AND OUR VOLUNTEERS WILL RESPOND THE SAME DAY. IF THE ANIMAL IS SEVERELY INUJRED TAKE IT TO YOUR LOCAL VETERINARY CLINIC THAT TREATS WILD ANIMALS.

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Text Box: When you decide to sponsor American Heritage Wildlife Foundation you are supporting the first and oldest 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation  of all local wildlife through rehabilitation of the injured and orphaned.  You are also supporting the group in the efforts of preserving the heritage of the Inland Pacific Northwest by offering community education demonstrations. You will receive a 8 x 10 certificate of appreciation with images of the species you have chosen, and the AHWF newsletter.
 If you choose to become a member, you will receive the AHWF newsletter and freebies (if you wish) 
A few examples: Grizzly Bear (Business) = 2 AHWF coffee mugs or a baseball & tee shirt. Black Bear (Sustaining) = 1 AHWF Hoodie. Wolf Pack (Family) = 1 AHWF Sweatshirt or the 2 of the Logger’s Story children’s books. Moose or Eagle  (Individuals) = 1 AHWF Coffee Mug or 1 AHWF tee shirt. 
In all cases, except the youth categories, you will receive voting privileges at both annual membership meetings. 
As a member you will also be eligible to run for any vacant directors position. The board of directors seat requirements are simply: 1) Idaho state resident 2) Attend monthly meetings 3) perform the duties assigned to that seat 4) create or participate in at least one outreach, educational, or fundraising event (don’t worry we will help you every step of the way).

“A wise old owl sat on an oak, the more he sat the less he spoke; the less he spoke the more he heard, why aren't we like that wise old bird?” - E.H. Richards

Click on the ‘Native Neighbors’ link for help with humane tips to remove unwanted native neighbors. Trapping and relocating is not always the best!

If you were to consider the foundation as a warm blooded animal;  the staff and volunteers are the limbs. They are doing the work. The donors are the spine and bone. They are the structure and strength. The board of directors are then the brain and eyes. It is their job to stay focused and think about what is next. Are you ready to take a stand and help the local wildlife? Are you willing to dedicate a few hours each month to conserve what you love?  Make it a promise to yourself & the community to present the present as a present for future generations.  We at AHWF have!        

Make the pledge - keep ID wild!

  pledge page       

 

We attend public events & create presentations regularly in order to bring awareness & raise needed funds. Please consider donating your time.

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